DWDM and WDM Market

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WinterGreen Research announces that it has published a new study DWDM and Optical Transport Equipment: Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2012 to 2018. The 2012 study has 528 pages, 225 tables and figures. Worldwide DWDM markets are poised to achieve significant growth as the data in networks expands exponentially. As cloud systems proliferate and wireless data takes hold the efficiencies brought by DWDM are needed.

According to Susan Eustis, lead author of the study, "Everything is going mobile. This evolution is driven by mobile smart phones and tablets that provide universal connectivity. With 6 million cell phones in use and one million smart phones, a lot of people have access to mobile communication. Video, cloud-based services, the internet, and machine-to-machine (M2M) provide mobile connectivity. All these devices are networked and drive significant traffic to the network, stimulating the need for DWDM."

Mobile changes how consumers behave. Users leverage mobility to communicate. They use it to improve their daily lives. Mobile is growing through existing data services and new services. Users demand connectivity anywhere and anytime. Enterprises are beginning to exploit the opportunities provided by mobility. Mobile communications permit the enterprise improve efficiency by enabling remote services and sales people to work efficiently, by enabling better access to enterprise records from remote sites, by streamlining processes, and by supporting new business models.

New, more affordable smartphones are driving forces for increasing network traffic. The many connected devices on the market create demand for better networks. The total number of mobile subscriptions globally reached 6 billion at year end 2011. 1 billion of these are for mobile broadband. Machine to machine (M2M) connections are in addition. 30% of all mobile handsets sold during 2011 were smartphones compared to around 20% for 2010.

The strength of the DWDM market is apparent as carriers all over the world move away from legacy SONET/SDH technology and deploy DWDM infrastructures that can support 40G and 100G speeds. As a result, both analyst firms see the DWDM market growing significantly faster than the overall optical hardware market.

Traffic growth is the underlying driver for 40 Gigabit and 100 Gigabit (Gbit) Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM) network transport. This was the case with the transition from 2.5G to 10G and from 10G to 40G and now 100G optical channel rates. As the number of Internet users expands, bandwidth per user is increasing, putting enormous pressure on core backbone networks and metro networks.

The average mobile PC user generates 2 Gbytes of data per month. A high-traffic smartphone user generates 500 Mbytes per month. Network usage has been increasing, all these devices and 24/7 connectivity mean global mobile data traffic may grow twentyfold by the end of 2018.

Operators are capitalizing on this changing market, enabling users and machines to leverage connectivity. During 2011 various operators started to introduce tiered pricing, to provide price plans, volume, time or speed-based plans. These are better aligned to user needs. Operators are able to create business models to capitalize on different consumer and enterprise segments.

To enable these services, improve user experience, and provide tiered pricing, operators are investing in and transforming their operations and business support systems (OSS and BSS). These systems monitor and optimize network performance for customer relations handling and subscriber support. OSS/BSS investments enable operators to optimize operations and reduce costs.

Worldwide optical transport DWDM equipment market revenues are forecast to grow 10% year-over-year from $4.3 billion in 2011 to $9 billion by 2018. This is in the context of a world communications infrastructure that is changing. Technology is enabling interaction, innovation, and sharing of knowledge in new ways.

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Market Leaders

Alcatel-

Lucent Ciena

Cisco

Ericsson

Fujitsu

Huawei Technologies

Infinera

NEC

Transmode

Adva

Market Participants

Digital Lightwave

Furukawa Electric / OFS Russia

Micron Optics

Nokia Siemens Networks

T8

Tellabs

Xtera Communications

ZTE

Report Metholodoly

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Forecasts reflect analysis of the market trends in the segment and related segments. Unit and dollar shipments are analyzed through consideration of dollar volume of each market participant in the segment. Installed base analysis and unit analysis is based on interviews and an information search. Market share analysis includes conversations with key customers of products, industry segment leaders, marketing directors, distributors, leading market participants, opinion leaders, and companies seeking to develop measurable market share.

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The base year for analysis and projection is 2010. With 2010 and several years prior to that as a baseline, market projections were developed for 2011 through 2017. These projections are based on a combination of a consensus among the opinion leader contacts interviewed combined with understanding of the key market drivers and their impact from a historical and analytical perspective.

The analytical methodologies used to generate the market estimates are based on penetration analyses, similar market analyses, and delta calculations to supplement independent and dependent variable analysis. All analyses are displaying selected descriptions of products and services.

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Table of Contents

DWDM Executive Summary

The study is designed to give a comprehensive overview of the DWDM equipment market segment. Research represents a selection from the mountains of data available of the most relevant and cogent market materials, with selections made by the most senior analysts. Commentary on every aspect of the market from independent analysts creates an independent perspective in the evaluation of the market. In this manner the study presents a comprehensive overview of what is going on in this market, assisting managers with designing market strategies likely to succeed.

DWDM and Optical Transport Executive Summary ES-1

DWDM Market: Impact of Everything Going Mobile ES-1

Strength Of The DWDM Market ES-2

DWDM and Optical Network Market Driving Forces ES-3

DWDM Vendor Strategies to Address Multiservice Network

Traffic Market Opportunities ES-5

Consumer Network Traffic ES-7

DWDM and Optical Transport Market Shares ES-8

DWDM and Optical Transport Market Forecasts ES-10

DWDM Market Description and Market Dynamics

DWDM and Optical Transport Market

Description and Market Dynamics 1-1

1.1 Global Optical Transport Market Conditions and

Competitive Landscape 1-1

1.1.1 100 Gigabit Ethernet and Chips Within 100G Cards 1-2

1.1.2 High-Bandwidth Requirements Of Services And

Emerging Content-Focused Applications 1-3

1.1.3 Spectral Efficiency 1-4

1.1.4 Fiber Transmission Impairments 1-5

1.1.5 Data Centers A Unique Application For Ethernet 1-6

1.2 Consumerization of the Enterprise / Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) 1-7

1.3 National Broadband Penetration And Development 1-8

1.3.1 Policies and Regulations 1-9

1.3.2 Network Construction Models 1-10

1.3.3 IoV 1-11

1.4 Transformation from 10G per DWDM Channel to 100G per

DWDM Channel 1-12

1.4.1 Growth in Internet Protocol Traffic 1-15

1.5 Optical Networking Market 1-17

1.6 DWDM Network Planning 1-20

1.7 Mobile Backhaul Solutions 1-21

1.8 WDM Solutions In The Metro Region 1-22

1.9 OTN Switching 1-24

1.10 Integrated Optical Service 1-29

1.11 Dynamic Optical Network 1-34

DWDM Market Shares and Market Forecasts

This section selectively describes market shares, forecasts, segments, and regional revenue. Numbers are the result of primary research in all cases. Selected companies are described from an independent analyst perspective with a thumbnail sketch or analysis of their market numbers or commentary on their strengths and weaknesses. Some of the analysis is focused on looking at the topic segment by segment, including company descriptive analyses by segment and subsegment.

2. DWDM and Optical Transport Market Shares

and Forecasts 2-1

2.1 DWDM Market: Impact of Everything Going Mobile 2-1

2.1.1 Strength Of The DWDM Market 2-2

2.1.2 DWDM and Optical Network Market Driving Forces 2-3

2.1.3 DWDM Vendor Strategies to Address

Multiservice Network Traffic Market Opportunities 2-5

2.1.4 Consumer Network Traffic 2-7

2.2 DWDM and Optical Transport Market Shares 2-8

2.2.1 DWDM and Optical Transport Long Haul Market Shares 2-11

2.2.2 DWDM and Optical Transport Metro Markets 2-14

2.2.3 DWDM and Optical Transport 40G Market Shares 2-16

2.2.4 DWDM 100G Market Shares 2-17

2.2.5 Ciena Market Position 2-18

2.2.6 Ciena Customer Engagements 2-18

2.2.7 Alcatel-Lucent 2-19

2.2.8 Alcatel-Lucent Optical Transport 2-20

2.2.9 Huawei 2-20

2.2.10 Infinera Integrated ATN/DTN Networks 2-21

2.2.11 Infinera DTN System 2-21

2.2.12 Infinera DLM Photonic Integrated Circuits 2-22

2.2.13 Fujitsu 2-23

2.2.14 Nokia / Siemens 2-26

2.2.15 Nokia Siemens Networks 2-26

2.2.16 Transmode 2-27

2.2.17 Transmode SAN Applications 2-27

2.2.18 ADVA Innovation Leadership 2-27

2.3 DWDM and Optical Transport Market Forecasts 2-28

2.3.1 40G DWDM Transport Market Forecasts 2-33

2.3.2 DWDM 100 G Market Forecasts 2-36

2.3.3 Broadband Network Traffic Challenge 2-39

2.3.4 Network Router Power Consumption 2-43

2.3.5 Mobile Applications 2-45

2.3.6 Mobile Subscriptions by Technology 2-49

2.4 DWDM Optical Transport Pricing 2-51

2.5 Optical Transport ROI 2-56

2.5.1 Fibre Channel Services Deployed Alongside Ethernet Services 2-58

2.6 DWDM and Optical Transport Regional Market Analysis 2-59

2.6.1 Ciena Revenue Per Region 2-62

2.6.2 Alcatel-Lucent Revenue Per Region 2-63

2.6.3 ADVA Revenue Per Region 2-64

2.6.4 China 2-64

DWDM Product Description

This section describes selected companies and selected products. Products for this market segment are described with attention to the most significant aspect of features and functions in this category of product. The juxtaposition of a range of different product descriptions from a single market category provides a really good way to access market directions and achieve market competitive analysis. This section is arranged in three pieces: immersive products, conference room products, and end point products. Company products are described in the appropriate sections, meaning a company is mentioned several times in the chapter in different places. 3-1

3. DWDM And Optical Transport Product Description 3-1

3.1 Alcatel Lucent 1625 LambdaXtreme Transport 3-1

3.1.1 Alcatel-Lucent WaveStar® OLS 1.6T, Core DWDM System 3-14

3.1.2 Alcatel-Lucent1830/1850/1870 Family Of Products 3-15

3.2 Ciena 3-18

3.2.1 Ciena 4200 3-20

3.2.2 Ciena Offers A Family Of 4200 Products—4200 Mc

2-Slot, 4200 5-Slot, And 4200 Rs 17-Slot 3-22

3.2.3 Ciena Activflex 6500 Packet Optical Platform 3-25

3.2.4 Ciena Metro and Long-haul DWDM Infrastructure 3-27

3.2.5 Ciena 6500 With Integrated ROADM 3-28

3.2.6 Ciena Adaptive Optical Engine Solutions Provide

Simplest Upgrades to 40G and 100G 3-29

3.2.7 Ciena40G Ultra-Long-Haul Interfaces Are Available

With The Ability T3-o Span Transoceanic Distances 3-32

3.2.8 Ciena Ethernet Aggregation Services 3-32

3.2.9 Ciena IEEE 802.17b-compliant Resilient Packet Ring 3-32

3.2.10 Ciena DWDM Testing 3-34

3.2.11 Ciena Simple Network Management 3-35

3.2.12 Ciena 6500 Many Network Applications, One Platform 3-39

3.3 Ericsson / Marconi Optical Transport 3-46

3.3.1 Ericsson / Marconi Product Description 3-47

3.1.1 Marconi OMS 3200 3-49

3.1.2 Marconi MHL 3000 3-49

3.1.3 Marconi OMS 1600 3-49

3.1.4 Marconi OMS 1200 3-49

3.1.5 Marconi OMS 800 3-49

3.1.6 SPO 1400 3-49

3.1.7 MINI-LINK SP 3-49

3.3.2 Ericsson / Marconi MHL 3000 Optical DWDM Solution 3-50

3.4 Huawei Technologies 3-62

3.4.1 Huawei World's First 400G DWDM

Prototype for Next Generation Ultra-Broadband Transmission 3-64

3.4.2 Huawei Technologies BWS 1600G 3-65

3.4.3 Huawei Technologies OSN 8800 3-67

3.4.4 Huawei Technologies OSN6800&3800 3-70

3.4.5 Huawei Technologies OSN1800 3-71

3.5 Fujitsu 3-72

3.6 Infinera 3-74

3.6.1 Infinera ATN 3-74

3.6.2 Infinera ATN Key Features and Benefits 3-76

3.6.3 Infinera State-of-the-Art Metro WDM Extension 3-78

3.6.4 Infinera High Density Universal Platform Solution 3-78

3.6.5 Infinera Multipoint Ethernet Aggregation 3-82

3.6.6 Infinera Integrated ATN/DTN Networks 3-83

3.6.7 Infinera Regulatory and Compliance Specifications 3-88

3.6.8 Infinera DTN 3-89

3.6.9 Infinera DTN Features: 3-91

3.6.10 Infinera DTN High-Density Transport with Digital Switching 3-95

3.6.11 Infinera DTN Reconfigurable Add/Drop 3-96

3.6.12 Infinera DTN Carrier-class Reliability and Availability 3-98

3.6.13 Infinera Terabit Photonic Integrated Circuit (PIC) Transmitter 3-100

3.7 Nokia / Siemens 3-101

3.7.1 Nokia / Siemens DWDM hiT 7300 3-102

3.7.2 Nokia / Siemens hiT 7300 Serviceability 3-105

3.7.3 Nokia / Siemens DWDM Network Planning with

TransNet / TransConnect 3-106

3.7.4 Nokia / Siemens Multiservice Provisioning Platforms (MSPP) 3-106

3.8 ZTE 3-106

3.8.1 ZTE ZXMP M800 Metro DWDM Multiplexer Equipment 3-114

3.8.2 ZTE ZXMP M800 Supports OTN Technology, Provides ROADM 3-116

3.9 Cisco 3-118

3.10 NEC 3-120

3.10.1 NEC 3-124

3.10.2 NEC Long-haul DWDM System 3-126

3.11 Tellabs 3-127

3.12 Xtera Communications 3-130

3.12.1 Xtera Optical Layer Support for Data Intensive Applications 3-131

3.12.2 Xtera Unrepeatered DWDM Application 3-131

3.12.3 Xtera Installation and Operation 3-132

3.12.4 Xtera 8500 EMS (Element Management System) 3-132

3.12.5 Xtera 6400 OTP 3-132

3.12.6 Xtera 6400 Optical Transport Platform 3-133

3.12.7 Xtera 8500 EMS Manages Entire Networks 3-134

3.13 Transmode 3-137

3.13.1 Transmode iWDM-PON Solution 3-139

3.13.2 Transmode DWDM Efficient Transport In Long-

Haul Optical Networks 3-140

3.13.3 Transmode TS-Series CWDM Solution 3-144

3.13.4 Transmode TM-Series for Carrier-Class CWDM and

DWDM Networks 3-146

3.13.5 Transmode Network Manager 3-148

3.13.6 Transmode SAN Applications 3-149

3.14 Digital Lightwave 3-150

3.15 Adva 3-154

3.15.1 ADVA FSP 150 3-155

3.15.2 ADVA Optical Networking 3-155

3.16 T8 156

DWDM Technology

4. DWD and Optical Transport Technology 4-1

4.1 DWDM Ring Diagrams 4-1

4.2 Coherent DWDM Technologies 4-2

4.2.1 Infinera World Class Coherent Engineering Team 4-4

4.2.2 Polarization Multiplexing 4-8

4.2.3 Value of FlexCoherent Modulation 4-8

4.2.4 Very Long Reach (100GbE > 1200km) Networking 4-10

4.3 Operator DWDM Transport And Switching Technology 4-18

4.3.1 Switched Sonet/SDH Optical Crossconnects 4-18

4.4 IP over DWDM (IPoDWDM) 4-18

4.5 Switched OTN 4-20

4.6 Transport Rate Options 4-21

4.6.1 Continue to Add 10G Capacity 4-21

4.6.2 Upgrade Infrastructure to 40/100G 4-22

4.6.3 OTN & 40/100G Transport 4-22

4.6.4 40G & 100G Core Transport 4-23

4.6.5 40G and 100G Transport 4-23

4.6.6 Approaches To WDM-PON 4-24

4.7 Regional/Long Haul Network Extension 4-29

4.8 AT&T DWDM WaveMAN Service 4-31

4.8.1 MON Ring Service 4-33

4.9 Ultravailable Network (UVN) 4-34

4.9.1 Ultravailable® Service Option 4-35

4.9.2 Cisco Among IP Suppliers to AT&T 4-36

4.10 IC Technology Enabling the Digital Optical Network 4-38

4.11 Electronic to Photonic Integrated Circuits 4-39

DWDM Company Profiles

This section selectively describes company strategies, partners, acquisitions, and revenue by segment and regional revenue when available. Companies are described by looking at what is most interesting about that company. The descriptions collectively give a sense of market directions within the industry segment. The alphabetical listing of company thumbnail sketches provides an accessible way to find out what is going on in any particular company.

5 DWDM and Optical Transport Company Profiles 5-1

5.1 Alcatel-Lucent 5-1

5.1.1 Alcatel-Lucent Organization 5-2

5.1.2 Alcatel-Lucent Innovation & Technology 5-3

5.1.3 Alcatel-Lucent 5-6

5.1.4 Alcatel-Lucent First Quarter 2012 Revenue 5-8

5.1.5 Alcatel-Lucent Geographic Segments 5-9

5.1.6 Alcatel-Lucent Revenues for the IP Division 5-12

5.1.7 Alcatel-Lucent 100 Gigabit Ethernet 5-12

5.1.8 Alcatel-Lucent 100G Optical Coherent Technology 5-13

5.1.9 Alcatel-Lucent Wireless Division 5-13

5.1.10 Alcatel-Lucent Wireline Division 5-14

5.1.11 Alcatel-Lucent Next-Generation Networks Products 5-15

5.1.12 Alcatel-Lucent Software, Services and Solutions 5-15

5.1.13 Alcatel-Lucent Network Applications 5-16

5.1.14 Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise 5-17

5.2 Adva 5-18

5.2.1 ADVA Network Flexibility 5-21

5.2.2 Adva Network Automation 5-21

5.2.3 ADVA Service Layers in Optical + Ethernet Networks 5-28

5.2.4 ADVA Network Automation 5-30

5.2.5 ADVA Key Facts 5-34

5.2.6 ADVA Revenue 5-35

5.2.7 ADVA Customers 5-46

5.3 Ciena 5-47

5.3.1 Ciena Market Opportunity and Strategy 5-48

5.3.2 Ciena Customer Engagements 5-50

5.3.3 Ciena Alignment of Research and Development

Investment with Segment Reporting 5-51

5.3.4 Ciena / Nortel 5-51

5.3.5 Ciena Packet-Optical Transport 5-54

5.3.6 Ciena Packet-Optical Switching 5-55

5.3.7 Ciena Carrier-Ethernet Solutions 5-55

5.3.8 Ciena Software and Services 5-56

5.3.9 Ciena Segment Revenue 5-57

5.3.10 Ciena Regional Revenue 5-58

5.3.11 Ciena Revenue 5-58

5.3.12 Ciena Packet-Optical Transport Revenue 5-60

5.3.13 Ciena -Optical Switching Revenue 5-60

5.3.14 Ciena Ethernet Solutions Revenue 5-60

5.3.15 Ciena Software and Services Revenue 5-61

5.3.16 Ciena Alignment of Research and Development

Investment with Growth Opportunities 5-61

5.4 Cisco 5-63

5.1.1 Cisco Information Technology 5-64

5.1.2 Cisco Virtualization 5-65

5.1.3 Competitive Landscape In The Enterprise Data Center 5-66

5.1.4 Cisco Architectural Approach 5-67

5.1.5 Cisco Switching 5-67

5.1.6 Cisco NGN Routing 5-69

5.1.7 Cisco Collaboration 5-71

5.1.8 Cisco Service Provider Video 5-71

5.1.9 Cisco Wireless 5-72

5.1.10 Cisco Security 5-72

5.1.11 Cisco Data Center Products 5-73

5.1.12 Cisco Other Products 5-73

5.1.13 Cisco Systems Net Sales 5-73

5.1.14 Cisco Systems Revenue by Segment 5-76

5.1.1 Cisco Telepresence Systems Segment Net Sales 5-77

5.4.1 Cisco Tops 10,000 Unified Computing System Customers 5-82

5.5 Digital Lightwave 5-83

5.6 Ericsson 5-83

5.6.1 Ericsson / Marconi 5-86

5.7 Fujitsu 5-88

5.7.1 Fujitsu Business Segment Revenue 5-90

5.7.2 Fujitsu Main Products & Services 5-92

5.7.3 Fujitsu Makes 100 Gbps DWDM Transmission Using

Commercial Fiber Optic Line on Backbone Network

Connecting Tokyo and Osaka 5-96

5.8 Furukawa Electric / OFS Russia 5-99

5.8.1 Furukawa Electric / OFS 5-100

5.9 Huawei Technologies 5-101

5.9.1 Huawei Strategy 5-104

5.9.2 Huawei Carrier Network Business 5-106

5.9.3 Huawei Enterprise Business 5-106

5.9.4 Huawei Consumer Business 5-107

5.9.5 Huawei Technologies Customers 5-107

5.9.6 Huawei Revenue 5-110

5.10 Infinera 5-112

5.10.1 Infinera DTN System 5-112

5.10.2 Infinera DLM Breakthrough Photonic Integrated Circuits 5-114

5.10.3 Infinera Customer Deltacom 5-119

5.10.4 Infinera Revenue 5-120

5.11 Micron Optics 5-121

5.11.1 Micron Optics Embedded Signal Tracking Filter 5-126

5.11.2 Micron Optics Tunable Channel Locking 5-127

5.11.3 Micron Optics Optical Performance Monitoring 5-127

5.12 NEC 5-129

5.12.1 NEC IT Services Business 5-130

5.12.2 NEC Platform Business 5-130

5.12.3 NEC Carrier Network Business 5-130

5.12.4 NEC Social Infrastructure Business 5-131

5.12.5 NEC Personal Solutions Business 5-131

5.13 Nokia Siemens Networks 5-131

5.13.1 Nokia Plans And Benefits For A Partnership With Microsoft 5-132

5.13.2 Nokia Partnering to Address Smartphone Market 5-133

5.13.3 Nokia Siemens Positioning 5-134

5.13.4 Nokia Siemens Regions 5-136

5.14 T8 5-138

5.15 Tellabs 5-139

5.15.1 Tellabs Customer Base 5-140

5.15.2 Tellabs® Mobile Backhaul Solutions 5-141

5.15.3 Tellabs® Packet Optical Solutions 5-141

5.15.4 Tellabs® Business Solutions 5-141

5.15.5 Tellabs® Global Services 5-142

5.15.6 Tellabs Regional Revenue 5-144

5.15.7 Tellabs Packet Optical 5-145

5.15.8 Tellabs Packet Optical Mobile Internet Growth 5-145

5.15.9 Tellabs Revenue 5-148

5.16 Transmode 5-148

5.16.1 Transmode Strategies 5-150

5.16.2 Transmode Customers 5-151

5.16.3 Russian State Deploys Transmode For Data

Centre Interconnect 5-151

5.16.4 Transmode Employees 5-152

5.16.5 Transmode Revenue 5-152

5.16.6 Transmode Significant Events 5-153

5.16.7 Transmode Focus On Metro Network 5-158

5.17 Xtera Communications 5-159

5.18 ZTE 5-161

5.18.1 ZTE's 2011 Revenue 5-162

5.18.2 ZTE Partner Strategy 5-162

List of Tables and Figures

DWDM Executive Summary

Table ES-1 ES-4

DWDM and Optical Network Market Driving Forces

Table ES-2 ES-7

DWDM Vendor Strategies to Address Multiservice Network

Traffic Market Opportunities

Figure ES-3 ES-9

DWDM and Optical Transport Market Segments, Dollars, 2011

Figure ES-4 ES-11

DWDM and Optical Transport Market Forecasts,

Dollars, Worldwide, 201ES-2018

DWDM Market Description and Market Dynamics

Table 1-1 1-13

DWDM Industry State Of The Art Key Technologies

Table 1-2 1-15

Core Network Wavelength Services

Figure 1-3 1-16

Cost per Data Bit for IP Transport

Table 1-4 1-18

Key Optical Networking Questions Facing Network Operators:

Table 1-5 1-19

Optical Networking Market Segments

Table 1-6 1-20

Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM)

Table 1-7 1-21

DWDM Network Planning Benefits:

Figure 1-8 1-23

Optical Networking Market: Long Haul And Metro

Table 1-9 1-24

OTN Switching In The Core Network Benefits

Table 1-10 1-25

Sonet/SDH Electrical Network Layer Functions Key

Requirements For Delivering Carrier-Class Services

Figure 1-11 1-27

The OTN Universal Transport Network

Figure 1-12 1-28

Core Modernization Network Diagram

Table 1-13 1-31

Network Technologies Supported By An Integrated Optical Service

Table 1-14 1-32

Service Providers Competitive Advantages Using Integrated

Optical Services Technology

Table 1-15 1-33

Integrated Optical Service Benefits

Table 1-16 1-34

Integrated Optical Service Applications

Table 1-17 1-36

Integrated Optical Services Support Network Performance Aspects

Table 1-18 1-37

DWDM Applications

DWDM Market Shares and Market Forecasts

Table 2-1 2-4

DWDM and Optical Network Market Driving Force

Table 2-2 2-7

DWDM Vendor Strategies to Address Multiservice Network

Traffic Market Opportunities

Figure 2-3 2-9

DWDM and Optical Transport Market Segments, Dollars, 2011

Table 2-4 2-10

DWDM and Optical Transport Market Shares, Dollars,

Worldwide, 2011

Table 2-5 2-11

DWDM and Optical Transport Market Shares, Units,

Worldwide, 2011

Table 2-6 2-12

DWDM Long Haul Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011

Table 2-7 2-13

DWDM and Optical Transport Long Haul Market Shares, Units,

Worldwide, 2011

Table 2-7 2-14

Metro CWDM and DWDM Platform Market Shares, Dollars,

Worldwide, 2011

Table 2-8 2-15

Metro CWDM and DWDM Platform Market Shares, Units,

Worldwide, 2011

Table 2-9 2-16

DWDM 40G Dollars, Worldwide, 2011

Table 2-10 2-17

DWDM 100G Dollars, Worldwide, 2011

Figure 2-11 2-29

DWDM and Optical Transport Market Forecasts, Dollars,

Worldwide, 2012-2018

Table 2-12 2-30

DWDM and Optical Transport Core and Metro Market Segment

Forecasts, Dollars and Units, Worldwide, 2012-2018

Figure 2-13 2-31

DWDM and Optical Transport Forecast Growth, Dollars and Units,

Worldwide, 2012-2018

Table 2-14 2-33

DWDM Market Segments, Dollars, 2011

Table 2-15 2-34

DWDM and Optical Transport 40G Market Segment Forecasts,

Dollars and Units, Worldwide, 2012-2018

Table 2-16 2-37

DWDM and Optical Transport 100G Market Segment Forecasts,

Dollars and Units, Worldwide, 2012-2018

Figure 2-17 2-38

Impact of Internet Delivery Model on Data Traffic

Figure 2-18 2-39

Networking vs. Computing Growth

Table 2-19 2-41

DWDM Challenges Related to Customization of Network Handling

Figure 2-20 2-42

Growth in Mobile Broadband Connections

Figure 2-21 2-43

Network Router Comparative Power Consumption

Figure 2-22 2-44

Operator Client Interfaces In The Long-Haul Core, 2013

Figure 2-23 2-49

Total Mobile and Broadband Subscriptions,

Mobile Voice and Data Traffic

Figure 2-24 2-50

Global total traffic in mobile networks, 2007–2012,

Voice and data

Table 2-25 2-58

Ciena DWDM ROI Benefits

Figure 2-26 2-60

DWDM and Optical Transport Regional Market Segments,

Dollars, 2011

Table 2-27 2-61

DWDM Regional Market Segments, 2011

Figure 2-28 2-62

Ciena Revenue by Regional Segment

Figure 2-29 2-63

Alcatel-Lucent Revenue by Regional Segment

Figure 2-30 2-64

ADVA Revenue Per Region

DWDM Product Description

Figure 3-1 3-2

Alcatel-Lucent 1625 LambdaXtreme Transport Next-Generation 10Gbps/40Gbps Core DWDM System

Table 3-2 3-3

Alcatel-Lucent Core DWDM 1625 LambdaXtreme Transport Benefits

Table 3-3 3-4

Alcatel-Lucent Core DWDM 1625 LambdaXtreme Transport Functions

Table 3-4 3-5

Alcatel-Lucent Core DWDM 1625 LambdaXtreme Transport Features

Table 3-5 3-6

Alcatel-Lucent 1625 LambdaXtreme Transport

One Platform for Core Transport Applications

Table 3-6 3-6

Alcatel-Lucent Transport Platform for Core Applications

Table 3-7 3-8

Alcatel-Lucent 1625 LambdaXtreme Transport Cost-

Cutting, Advanced Technologies

Table 3-8 3-8

Alcatel-Lucent 1625 LambdaXtreme Transport Enabled

Service Offerings

Table 3-9 3-9

Alcatel-Lucent Core DWDM 1625 LambdaXtreme

Transport Advanced Network Operations Capabilities

Table 3-10 3-10

Alcatel-Lucent 1625 LambdaXtreme Transport

Technical Specifications

Table 3-11 3-14

Alcatel-Lucent Core DWDM Systems

Figure 3-12 3-15

Alcatel-Lucent WaveStar® OLS 1.6T, Lucent's core DWDM system

Figure 3-13 3-16

Alcatel-Lucent Open Business Models for Network Transformation

Figure 3-14 3-17

Alcatel-Lucent Converged Backbone Solution

Table 3-15 3-18

Ciena Layer 2 Switched Networks And Layer 1 Transport

Network Applications

Table 3-16 3-21

Ciena FlexiPort Technology Functions

Table 3-17 3-23

Ciena 4200 Features and Benefits

Figure 3-18 3-24

Ciena Converged Switching For Optimized Bandwidth Management

Table 3-19 3-26

Ciena ActivFlex 6500 Series Platform Functions

Figure 3-20 3-27

40G Transport Over Existing 10G Network Designs And Fiber

Table 3-21 3-30

Ciena Adaptive Optical Engine Solutions Technologies

Figure 3-22 3-31

Ciena Delivering Multiservice Business Solutions

With A Single Platform

Table 3-23 3-35

Ciena DWDM Testing

Table 3-24 3-36

Ciena 6500 System Management Capabilities

Table 3-25 3-37

Ciena Ready-To Deploy Designs

Figure 3-26 3-38

Ciena Adding Flexibility And Scalability to Wireless Backhaul

Table 3-27 3-39

Ciena 6500 Technical Information Capacity

Table 3-28 3-43

Ciena Programmable FlexiPort Formats

Table 3-29 3-48

Ericsson / Marconi Broad Optical Offering

Table 3-30 3-49

Ericsson / Marconi Products and Services

Figure 3-31 3-50

Ericsson MARCONI MHL 3000 Optical DWDM solution

Table 3-32 3-51

Ericsson / Marconi MHL 3000 Key Features

Table 3-33 3-52

Ericsson / Marconi MHL 3000 Key Applications

Table 3-34 3-53

Ericsson / Marconi MHL 3000 Flexible Network Connectivity

Table 3-35 3-54

Ericsson / Marconi 40G Connectivity Features

Table 3-36 3-55

Ericsson / Marconi Intelligent Network Functions

Table 3-37 3-56

Ericsson / Marconi Optical Transport Network Key Advantages

Figure 3-38 3-57

Ericsson / Marconi MHL 3000 Technical Specifications

Table 3-39 3-58

Ericsson / Marconi Offers Pluggable, DWDM XFP Optics

Applications, Topology, And Capacity

Figure 3-40 3-61

Ericsson MHL 3000 40G Muxponder

Figure 3-41 3-61

Ericsson MHL 3000 40G Muxponder Functions

Table 3-42 3-63

Huawei Technologies WDM/OTN Transport Network

Table 3-43 3-66

Huawei Technologies OptiX BWS 1600G Features

Table 3-44 3-69

Huawei Technologies OSN 8800 Features

Figure 3-45 3-75

Infinera ATN Metro-Optimized CWDM and DWDM platform

Table 3-46 3-76

Infinera ATN Key Features and Benefits

Table 3-47 3-79

Infinera ATN Key Benefits

Figure 3-48 3-81

Infinera ATN Metro Edge Platform Features

Table 3-49 3-85

Infinera Key Elements Of The ATN Metro Edge Solution

Figure 3-50 3-86

Infinera Regional/Long Haul Network Extension

Figure 3- 51 3-87

Infinera AT nTM Metro Edge Platform Ethernet

Wireless Backhaul Specifications

Figure 3-52 3-90

Infinera DTN

Table 3-53 3-92

Infinera GMPLS-Based Network Intelligence

Table 3-54 3-93

Infinera Photonic Integrated Circuits (PICs) Brings

Moore's Law to Optical Networks

Table 3-55 3-93

Infinera Service Type Changes

Table 3-56 3-94

Infinera Optical Transport

Table 3-57 3-95

Infinera DTN Key Topics:

Table 3-58 3-97

Infinera DLM Designed To Support Multi

Service And Multi-Rate TAMs

Table 3-59 3-101

Nokia / Siemens Optical Transport

Table 3-60 3-103

Nokia / Siemens DWDM with hiT 7300 Benefits:

Table 3-61 3-107

ZTE ZXWM M900 DWDM Target Markets

Figure 3-62 3-108

ZTE ZXWM M900 DWDM Equipment

Table 3-63 3-109

ZTE ZXWM M900 DWDM Equipment Features

Table 3-64 3-109

ZTE DWDM Features

Table 3-65 3-112

ZTE ZXWM M900 DWDM Equipment Benefits

Figure 3-66 3-113

ZTE ZXWM M920 Backbone DWDM Platform

Table 3-67 3-114

ZTE ZXMP M800 is a DWDM System Features

Table 3-68 3-116

ZTE ZXMP M800 DWDM Benefits

Figure 3-69 3-117

ZXMP M800 Metro DWDM Multiplexer Equipment

Figure 3-70 3-119

Cisco ONS 15454 Metro Optical Transport Platform

Table 3-71 3-121

NEC DWDM Related Products

Table 3-72 3-122

NEC SpectralWave DW4200 ROADM Features

Table 3-73 3-123

NEC SpectralWave DW4200 ROADM Benefits

Table 3-74 3-124

NEC DWDM DW4000 series Product Set

Table 3-75 3-126

NEC Long-haul DWDM System SpectralWave

DW4000 LH DWDM Features

Table 3-76 3-127

Tellabs Products

Table 3-77 3-128

Tellabs 7100 Series Benefits

Table3-78 3-129

Tellabs® 7100 Series Specifications

Table 3-79 3-130

Xtera XT Benefits

Figure 3-80 3-133

Xtera 6400 Optical Transport Platform

Table 3-81 3-135

Xtera Management Features

Table 3-82 3-138

Transmode Solutions Based on Wavelength Division

Multiplexing (WDM) Packet Optical Transport Technologies

Table 3-83 3-141

Transmode TS-Series Components

Figure 3-84 3-142

Transmode TS-Series

Table 3-85 3-143

Transmode TS-Series Features

Figure 3-86 3-145

Transmode TS-Series CWDM Solution Features

Figure 3-87 3-146

Transmode TM-Series

Table 3-88 3-147

Transmode TM-Series Features

Table 3-89 3-149

Transmode Versatile TNM Functions

Table 3-90 3-150

Digital Lightwave MPLS Key Features

Table 3-91 3-151

Digital Lightwave IPv6 Key Features

Figure 3-92 3-152

Digital Lightwave NIC NXG 2-slot chassis

Figure 3-93 3-153

Digital Lightwave NIC Plus 5-Slot Chassis

DWDM Technology

Figure 4-1 4-1

DWDM Ring Diagrams

Figure 4-2 4-5

A single Mach Zehnder Modulator, And The Resulting Phase Constellation

Figure 4-3 4-6

High Order Modulation Using A Super Mach Zehnder Structure

Figure4- 4: 4-7

Polarization of Electromagnetic Wave

Figure 4-5 4-9

Next Generation Optical Transport Network

Figure 4-6 4-12

Interconnectivity of Core Routers

Figure 4-7 4-13

NRZ Spectral Efficiency

Figure 4-8 4-14

Comparison of Spectral Efficiencies 1

Figure 4-9 4-15

Capacity in an Optical Fiber, Ignoring Distance

Figure 4-10 4-16

DWDM 100GbE Protocol Stack

Figure 4-11 4-17

100GbE Span Coverage

Figure 4-12 4-23

Drivers for 100G Deployments

Figure 4-13: 4-27

Coherent intradyne DP-QPSK transmission system. LPF

denotes a low-pass filter, PC denotes a passive optical

polarization controller, and PBS denotes a polarization beam splitter.

Figure 4-14 4-28

Incoherent NRZ-DP-DQPSK system.

Figure 4-15: 4-29

Regional/Long Haul Network Extension.

Figure 4-16: 4-30

Ethernet Wireless Backhaul

Figure 4-17 4-31

Multiservice Aggregation, Switching And Transport Across The Integrated ATN/DTN network.

Table 4-18 4-32

AT&T WaveMAN Service Benefits

Table 4-19 4-33

MON Ring Service Provides Benefits

Table 4-20 4-34

MON Ring Service Applications

Table 4-21 4-35

Ultravailable® Network Service (UVN) Functions

Table 4-22 4-36

Ultravailable® Services Target Markets

Table 4-23 4-37

IP core and Edge Domain Router Suppliers

Table 4-24 4-38

Large-scale photonic integrated circuits (PICs)

Technology Innovation Features

Fiigure 4-25 4-39

Moore's Law for Integrated Circuits

Figure 4-26 4-41

Electronic ICs Cost-Effective Aspects

Figure 4-27 4-42

Aspects of Optical and Electronic Performance Enhancement

Figure 4-28 4-44

Cost Of Optical Components Required To Implement

An OEO Conversion Compared To The Cost Of Electronic ICs

Figure 4-29 4-46

Conventional DWDM System

DWDM Company Profiles

Table 5-1 5-3

Alcatel-Lucent Research Areas

Table 5-2 5-4

Alcatel-Lucent Fundamental Research Specialties

Figure 5-3 5-5

Alcatel-Lucent Number One Position in Optical Switching

Figure 5-4 5-10

Alcatel-Lucent Revenue by Regional Segment

Figure 5-5 5-11

Alcatel-Lucent Revenue by Segment

Table 5-6 5-19

ADVA FSP 3000 Product Features

Table 5-7 5-20

ADVA FSP 3000 Product Benefits

Table 5-8 5-22

Adva Network Automation

Table 5-9 5-23

Adva Transport Configurations

Table 5-10 5-24

Adva Services

Table 5-11 5-29

ADVA Service Layers in Optical + Ethernet Features

Table 5-12 5-31

ADVA Automated Service Delivery for Dynamic Optical Networks

Figure 5-13 5-32

ADVA Service Layers in Optical + Ethernet Networks

Figure 5-14 5-33

ADVA Multi-Degree ROADM Implementation

Figure 5-15 5-35

ADVA Business Segment Overview

Figure 5-16 5-36

ADVA Enterprise Networks Drivers in Data Center Connectivity

Figure 5-17 5-37

ADVA Enterprise Networks Efficient Data Center Connectivity

Figure 5-18 5-38

ADVA Ethernet Access: Drivers in Mobile Backhaul

Figure 5-19 5-39

ADVA Ethernet Access: Unconstrained Mobile Backhaul

Figure 5-20 5-40

ADVA Optical Networking

Figure 5-21 5-41

ADVA Annual IFRS Revenues

Figure 5-22 5-42

ADVA Revenue Per Region

Figure 5-23 5-43

ADVA Carrier Infrastructure Drivers in Optical Infrastructure

Figure 5-24 5-44

ADVA Collaboration with Juniper Networks

Figure 5-25 5-45

ADVA Capitalizing on Next Generation Networks

Figure 5-26 5-46

ADVA Customer Base

Table 5-27 5-49

Ciena Target Markets

Table 5-28 5-59

Revenue-Related Details Reflecting Sequential Changes From

The First Quarter Of Fiscal 2012

Figure 5-29 5-90

Fujitsu Business Segment Revenue

Figure 5-30 5-91

Fujitsu Technology Solutions Revenue

Table 5-31 5-94

Fujitsu Main Products / Services

Table 5-32 5-95

Fujitsu Main Companies

Figure 5-33 5-103

Huawei Core Values

Figure 5-34 5-105

Huawei Focus on Communication

Table 5-35 5-108

Huawei Technologies Uganda Challenges

Table 5-36 5-109

Huawei Technologies Uganda Telecommunications Network Benefits:

Figure 5-37 5-111

Huawei Revenue

Table 5-38 5-116

Infinera DLM Photonic Integrated Circuit Specifications

Table 5-39 5-120

Infinera Revenue

Table 5-40 5-121

Micron Optics Target Markets

Table 5-41 5-122

Micron Optics all fiber Fabry-Perot (FFP) Technology

Table 5-42 5-123

Micron Optics FFP-TFs Uses:

Figure 5-43 5-124

Applications of Tunable Filters In A Dynami

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